First Time Recipients
Below is the high-level flow for responding to an assessment sent to your organization.
While answering a particular question you have to option to add a comment alongside your answer. For more information on how to add or edit comments at the question level, please visit: Adding and Editing a Comment to an Answer
Certain questions may trigger additional follow-up questions based on your initial answer. To learn more about answering follow-up questions, please visit: Answering Follow-up Questions
The publisher of an assessment has the option to designate any number of questions as mandatory. One or more unanswered mandatory questions will prevent you from submitting an assessment. To learn more about answering mandatory questions, please visit: Answering a Mandatory Question
To learn more about question history, please visit: Question History
After submitting you can download and keep a copy for your records. To learn more about this feature please visit: Viewing and Downloading all Files attached to an Assessment
For your convenience, some answers may have been pre-populated from a previous iteration of the assessment. To learn more about editing a pre-populated answer or reverting to a pre-populated answer, please visit: Editing a Pre-populated Answer
The assessment publisher has the option to request files as part of an assessment. For more information on addressing document requests, please visit: Responding to Document Requests
For your convenience, CENTRL provides the option to bulk-assign questions. To learn more about this feature, please visit: Assigning Questions and Sections
Review & Submit
CENTRL allows for the filtering of an assessment by multiple dimensions. To learn more about the Filters option, please visit: Applying Filters
Tracking your progress
After you have completed a pre-submission review, click the Submit button at the bottom of the screen.
Be advised that a warning message will appear if you attempt to submit an incomplete assessment. This includes any assigned questions which must be completed by the assignees prior to your submission.
Changing the Collaborator
To learn more about changing collaborators please visit the following article: Change the Collaborators
Responding to Clarifications
As part of evaluating an assessment, clarifications may be sent by your partner when they have additional questions based on the answers you submitted.To learn more about assessment clarifications on please visit: Responding to Clarifications
Issue remediation generally involves four steps: using the external Q/A, collaborating on the issue with colleagues, adding management updates, and finally publishing management updates. To learn more about the issue remediation process please visit: Responding to Issues